Weekend Life: In case you missed Sunday

Weekend Life 15/07/2018

In case you missed it, here's a look back at the best bits from Weekend Life with Carly Flynn in for Trudi Nelson on Sunday 15th July.

Trump on Tour

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Carly Flynn is joined for meetings & musings with Professor Robert Patman, International Relations Expert from The University of Otago.

What is Tornado Trump doing while he's on tour in the UK and will it be successful?

Money Matters

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Our economy is starting to come off the boil, but is this a good thing? The latest on global trade wars, and an update on the nurses strike.

Shamubeel Eaqub, our resident economist joins Carly Flynn for all your money matters.

Political Panel: Rodney Hide & Chris Trotter

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Carly Flynn is joined by Chris Trotter and Rodney Hide to discuss the week's political news.

A big week for politics with the Thai cave rescue, the nurses strike, Lauren Southern and President Trump on tour.

With one from the left and one from the right, what will they agree on?

Unconventional Te Reo Maori Learning Journey

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Interested in adding more of our national language Te Reo into your everyday life?

Ross McDougal migrated from Scotland as a child and has become a champion of Te Reo, he joins Carly Flynn to explain why and to talk Matariki in its final week.

How to grow your resilience

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Resilience is more important than ever – and can become a major factor in a person’s success, not only at work, but in life.  

Leadership expert Harold Hillman joins Carly Flynn to talk truth on the old saying 'What doesn't kill you makes you stronger'.

Winter Blues

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If you’re feeling a little blue during the winter months you’re not alone - Seasonal Affective Disorder (or SAD) can affect many different people.

Tony Fernando, Psychiatrist & Insomnia Specialist joins Carly Flynn to explain the diagnosis, symptoms and how many people it does affect.

The New Hot 40 & NZ Hot 40 chart

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On Friday, Recorded Music NZ launched two new charts - the official hot 40 and the official NZ hot 40.

Paula Yeoman our resident music reviewer talks with Carly Flynnto reminisce and tell you how to get with 2018 music.

Tea for Two: Scott Donaldson

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The first person to successfully kayak from Australia to New Zealand, Scott Donaldson joins Carly Flynn after his big achievement.

They discuss his upbringing, why he decided to kayak across the Tasman, and what 62 days at sea was really like.

Listen to the interviews above.

Weekend Life with Carly Flynn in for Trudi Nelson, 10am-2pm Sunday on RadioLIVE and streaming live to the rova app on Android and iPhone.